Motivation is the act or an instance of motivating, providing with a reason to act in a particular way. My mentor is a store manager for Dillard’s; a store manager is the people in charge of entire stores and the employees that work Store managers are in charge of the general operations of the store, making sure it runs smooth, cleanly and meets any budget or sales goals.
The job description is Leadership Skills, having to keep your employees motivated, resolve conflicts and make hard decisions for your employees. A successful store manager is a good leader. Time Management, working with employees, customers and management. You might have to create schedules, order supplies and write reports. Time management is essential to make sure everything gets done. Math and Budgeting, Store managers, are expected to keep and maintain a budget in almost every field. You will need to be confident in using math skills to make sure you know where your company's money is going. Analytical Skills, be in charge of hiring new employees, and being a good judge of character will help ensure that you hire the right people to maintain an efficient and motivated team. You will also need analytical skills to be able to solve problems that may come up during a typical work day. Decision-Making Skills, whether it is dealing with employees, customers, management or vendors, you will have to make decisions that affect the business. Having the ability to make hard and fast decisions are crucial to your success.
The educational requirements for a store manager are to varying depending on the range of work, but on-the-job experience in the line of work is a must. There are many general management courses that you can take, and even specialized secondary education majors, that might shorten the time it takes to reach management level in your field. But most managers have spent years as general employees in their respective fields before reaching a leadership level.
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